Volunteer for us


Volunteers are at the heart of the care hospices provide to local people with life threatening illnesses. Whatever your skills, we’ll have a role to suit you.

Whether you are a volunteer cheering on runners at events, manning stalls and holding collections, keeping our gardens looking at their best, welcoming visitors at reception, shopping for patients on the ward, providing complementary therapies, sorting clothes and serving customers in our charity shops, providing spiritual and emotional support to patients and their families, or providing administrative support and expertise, you all contribute to helping hospices across the region care for people at the most difficult time in their lives.
 
To find out more about volunteering for your local hospice please click here.


Other ways to get involved
Volunteer Stories
Ann - Saint Michaels
Ann Burrell, Saint Michael’s volunteer and fundraiser, who visits the hospice each week with her therapy dogs to spread a smile to patients and their families
Dave - Bluebell Wood
Dave Townrow, from Sheffield, starting volunteering for Bluebell Wood in 2013, after his wife passed away
Malcolm - St Gemmas
My name is Malcolm and I have volunteered for St Gemma’s for many years. I really feel that I am very fortunate and privileged to be one of the many wonderful volunteers
Margaret - St Leonards
Hello, I am Margaret. When I retired from work I had spare time and became a fundraising volunteer at St Leonard’s Hospice.